Reviews of Corel Painter software to help potential buyers determine if this software is for them.
AAUG Review - Corel Painter IX
Summary: This is a program that every digital artist should own. It includes all of the features that anyone could imagine, plus a few that I had not previously thought of myself.
CreativeMac - Corel Painter Essentials 3
Summary: Dave Nagel: Painter Essentials 3 easily exceeds my expectations for a consumer-level painting application. It has the power of the brushes built on top of the Painter engine; it has fantastic cloning and automatic painting features; and it performs quite well.
CreativeMac - Corel Painter IX.5
Summary: Dave Nagel: I give Corel Painter IX.5 a Strong Buy recommendation as both a full version and as an upgrade.
CreativeMac: Corel Painter IX
CreativeMac review: "The bottom line: This is the best upgrade to Painter that I can recall," David Nagel.
Designer-Info.com - Corel Painter IX 9
Summary: Overall this isn’t a breakthrough release like version 8’s major rationalization, but Corel has done just enough to ensure that Painter IX remains the must-have application for those interested in the creative potential of PC-based art.
Kickstartnews.com: Corel Painter IX
Summary: Painter is the king of the natural media emulators. The power inherent in its rich feature set more than makes up for the steep learning curve. With its support for Photoshop files, tablet friendly tools and powerful color capabilities you really can't go wrong.
PC Magazine: Painter IX.5
Summary: Although this upgrade is less than astounding, Painter is still the best choice if you're serious about digital painting.
PerpetualVisions.com - Painter IX
Summary: This is by far the easiest and I believe best Painter version ever.
Shopping.com - Painter IX
Summary: Pros: natural media simulation, vast variety of techniques, easy cloning. Cons: antiquated interface, limited drawing tools, limited layer management. The Bottom Line: A unique program for the creative computer artist with talent, but of limited use for beginners.
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